PRIDE MONTH!

June 6th 2017

Long time no see, well for the three people that actually read this. Anyways. A lot has changed since the last time I posted here. Ash and I have decided that this trip shouldn’t be stressful, so we stoped diligently planing each stop and made the decision to wing it. We also decided to move in together, finally! With that in mind, life expenses are a struggle so we might be postponing the trip ☹️. No worries my many followers, I plan to turn this blog into an adult advice/ life lessons blog. ONLY until the trip. To start off I would like to scream from every rooftop HAPPY PRIDE MONTH!!! For some people June is just the kick off to summer while for the rest of us it’s a whole month dedicated to us and our labels of lack there of. As many of you may not know, I’m gay. I walked out of that figurative closet in a blaze of glory six years ago. So pride month is pretty exciting for me because even though there are still haters out there I feel more comfortable in my skin. Even if some looser makes a rude comment all I can think is “ITS FREAKIN’ PRIDE MONTH DEAL WITH IT”. I know I should have that mindset everyday every month so, what I want to send home with all of you is that it doesn’t matter what other people think, it only matters what you think. Do what’s right for you, not what others want you to do. I mean you can take their opinion into consideration but if you don’t want to do it, then don’t. As simple as that. You are the most important person to you, so you should come first. Always. So as Dr. Seuss put it, be the best you you can be. 

Always,

Laz

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Big Heart, Big Impact

March 17, 2017

I was thinking about this trip and how I don’t want it to just be about two woman traveling North America, I want it to make an impact. I know that’s a lot to ask for us but I think we can do it, however big or small the impact is. So I was doing some research and there are a lot of places that will take one time or one day volunteers. I’m pretty excited about helping people across The Country. It makes me feel good, and if this whole trip falls apart because my family doesn’t want to meet me, at least I have helped out others along the way. But I hope my family wants to meet me, I really want to learn more about myself and where I come from. Either way I still get to go cross country with the best person I can think of: Ash.